NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — SmartGene today said that LabCorp will use its database services to help it identify bacterial and fungal pathogens.
 
SmartGene said its web-based Integrated Database Network System speeds the identification process by allowing researchers to use gene sequences to identify organisms that can be time-intensive to grow in the lab.
 

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